www.thehansindia.com TUESDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2017 WARANGAL | PAGES 20 | `5.00 H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Delhi H WINDOWS Prince Harry to marry actress Markle London: Prince Harry is to marry his American actor girlfriend, Meghan Markle, in spring next year, Clarence House has announced. “His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales is delighted to announce the engagement of Prince Harry to Ms Meghan Markle,” it said in a statement on Monday. S P8 STALIN LAUDS KCR FOR SC QUOTA FIGHT 3 12 ASHWIN HELPS INDIA WALLOP SRI LANKA BIG DAY FOR TELANGANA Metro to chug with PM’s nod at 2.15 pm OUR BUREAU Hyderabad: The big day has ﬁnally arrived for Hyderabad Metro Rail. Time 2.15 pm (IST) on Tuesday will be frozen for posterity when Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurates the 30-km stretch of the Metro Rail from Nagole to Miyapur. The HMRL, formed in 2007, has come a long way, surmounting several challenges and is now ready to provide a decent, safer, faster and economic ride to the people, decongesting roads and reducing pollution levels in the process. The Metro Rail service will be available to the people from November 29 from 6 am. Initially, the train services would AAP dubs `30-cr tax notice ‘bogus’ New Delhi: Dubbing an Income Tax Department's Rs 30.67crore tax notice as "bogus" and "vindictive", the AAP on Monday said it was being targeted by different government agencies and that it had maintained the record of every donation. "The IT Department has declared the complete amount of donations we received as illegal and has put it under the category of taxable income although we have maintained the records," AAP said. The IT notice said the AAP had not disclosed income of Rs 13.16 crore and that its total taxable income calculated by it was Rs 68.44 crore for ﬁscal 2014-15 and 2015-16 and that the money received as donation in its bank was not recorded. Global Entrepreneurship Summit to kick off today S Modi to open mega global summit S Ivanka Trump the star attraction S 1,500 delegates.. 150 countries..3 days BUSINESS BUREAU be available between 6 am and 10 pm, but the duration will be extended in future. The Prime Minister after arrival at Begumpet airport at 1.10 pm will ﬂy by helicopter and reach Miyapur at 2.15 pm for inauguration of the Metro Rail project. Continued on P4 LOVE-JIHAD CASE SC sends Hadiya back to college New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday heard Hadiya alias Akhila in the alleged love-jihad case and sent her to Salem in Tamil Nadu to enable her to pursue her homoeopathic studies. A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra directed the Kerala police to provide Hadiya with security and ensure that she travelled to Salem at the earliest. The apex court appointed the dean of the Salem-based homoeopathic college as Hadiya's guardian and granted him liberty to approach it in case of any problem. Hadiya has been staying at her parental home for several weeks. The bench, also comprising Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud, directed the college and the university to re-admit Hadiya and grant her hostel facilities. Most Indian BPO workers face racial abuse New Delhi: Every time her client hangs up, the young woman from Hyderabad goes to the washroom and weeps. Then she dries her eyes and returns to the desk -- to pick up her phone and her fake American identity and drawl once again. She is one of the many workers in call centres who face racial abuse from people viewing them as job thieves, says a new study on business process outsourcing centres in India. It is a post-recession reality. Western clients are extremely cagey. If they think you are an Indian, their biggest fear is you are stealing their job and that everything is being outsourced, said its author Sweta Rajan-Rankin, from the University of Kent in the UK. The study, released earlier this month, is based on ethnographic research with two global outsourcing ﬁrms operating call centres in India from 2010-12. Continued on P4 Hyderabad: The stage is set for the mega global summit. The eighth edition of Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) will get underway in the City of Pearls when Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurates it today at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre. Continued on P4 Pak protests called off Islamabad: Pakistan's law minister Zahid Hamid on Monday quit as the government "surrendered" to hardline religious groups, who called off their violent protests in Islamabad that had left six people dead and hundreds injured. An official of the Prime Minister House conﬁrmed that the Law minister on Sunday sent in his resignation to PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. Hamid's resignation cleared the main hurdle in the lifting of siege of the capital. S P8 AP CM NAIDU TO MISS THE EVENT In all likelihood, AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu may not be attending GES to be inaugurated by Modi on Tuesday. P4 Miss South Africa is Miss Universe Las Vegas: Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, representing South Africa, was crowned Miss Universe during the pageant on Sunday in Las Vegas. The runner-up was Miss Colombia, Laura Gonzalez. The second runner-up was Miss Jamaica, Davina Bennett. Nel-Peters accepted the crown from last year’s winner, Iris Mittenaere from France. Ninety-two women participated in the competition, the most contestants in the history of the pageant.
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